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lions are felines, true.
lions and cats evolved from reptiles or others, false.

there is something called to adapt with the environment. color/nature/habits may change with the climate and other reasons. but the animal will remain the same.

let's take an example:
you take care of a tiger in your house. and with time, she loses his stripes. she will look all orange and white. but she is still a tiger. she will give birth to tiger cubs and they will grow to be tigers. if they continue like that. after a hundred years they will always be tigers... you can call them cats or big cats. but they won't grow horns or wings.

mythological creatures play a lot with evolutionists minds. the likes of Minotaur and pegasus are behind all this evolution hoax..

FullWhiteMoon, deviantART 66 Comments [7/24/2010 12:36:41 PM]
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Eden

Obviously you vastly underestimate the timespans that are covered by evolution.
We don´t talk about a hundred years but about millions of years.
(but of course, if you believe in a 6k years old earth, you also reject any thoughts about such timespans already having taken place on earth)

Oh and a tiger doesn´t lose its stripes just because moving into your house ;)
You seem to know not much about evolution

7/25/2010 7:36:10 PM

Mister Spak

"mythological creatures play a lot with evolutionists minds"

Loke unicorns and dragons?

7/26/2010 5:22:00 AM

Bine

@feralboy12

Word!! :D

7/26/2010 9:25:51 AM

Allegory for Jesus

"the likes of Minotaur and pegasus are behind all this evolution hoax."

New creationist argument: DARWIN WAS A MINOTAUR!!1!

Honestly, they might as well at this point.

7/26/2010 9:43:33 AM

Doubting Thomas

lions are felines, true.
lions and cats evolved from reptiles or others, false.


So far you're doing OK. Keep it up. True that mammals won't evolve from reptiles, but you should have left off the "or others."

there is something called to adapt with the environment. color/nature/habits may change with the climate and other reasons. but the animal will remain the same.

Depending on how much time has elapsed and how many generations have passed, yes or no. Several hundred years, you won't see much change. Several hundred thousand years, you may have a new specie.

you take care of a tiger in your house. and with time, she loses his stripes.

Oh man, you blew it. You don't think that individual animals will change that quickly, do you? What about tigers being trained in circuses? They still keep their stripes. I've seen black people who lived in London, but they didn't turn pale-skinned.

after a hundred years they will always be tigers... you can call them cats or big cats. but they won't grow horns or wings.

And nobody is saying that they will. This is straw-man territory here.

mythological creatures play a lot with evolutionists minds. the likes of Minotaur and pegasus are behind all this evolution hoax.

How so? I don't think any scientist studying evolution gives two shits about mythological beings, because they are, after all, mythological. And a half-man, half-horse or winged horse is not part of evolution. It's a straw man argument that creationists use.

And if a Pegasus or Mintoaur ever were proven to exist, it would totally disprove the Theory of Evolution, since they would totally go against what we expect to see.

7/26/2010 10:00:18 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Fail biology much?

7/26/2010 10:03:26 AM

Reverend Jeremiah

"mythological creatures play a lot with evolutionists minds. the likes of Minotaur and pegasus are behind all this evolution hoax.."

umm...no..these creatures were created BY theists FOR theism...not evolution.

7/26/2010 12:54:14 PM

Prager

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7/27/2010 12:26:53 AM

Brenz

What...the...ffhldsawerarggh...?

7/27/2010 12:04:40 PM

Darwin

"lions are felines, true."

False actually. The suffix 'ine' means 'like', or 'similar to', 'after the fashion of', etc. If something looks and/or acts like a cat it could be described as 'feline'. For instance, our canine teeth are so named because they are like the fangs of a dog. But properly a cat is a felid, a dog is a canid, cattle are bovids, deer are cervids, and so on.

7/27/2010 7:57:02 PM

Lady Gray

Really, does ANYONE who doesn't believe in evolution actually understand what evolution is? At ALL?

7/31/2010 8:07:52 PM

blayzekohime

Tiger stripes are a rather bad example, since I think they are just one of those random things and not actually something that benefits their survival. I could be wrong; I'm not a biologist.

8/2/2010 2:53:33 PM

Canama

Evolution doesn't work like that, retard.

4/6/2011 6:55:32 PM

Sentry Gun

You are so wrong about everything I don't know where to begin.

3/8/2012 6:24:16 AM



Species evolve, not individual. If you take care of 70-100 generations of tigers, then you might start to see some change. Less pointy claws, for example.

SHE loses HIS stripes?

3/8/2012 8:22:22 AM

Anon-e-moose

"you can call them cats or big cats. but they won't grow horns or wings."

I agree, that would be silly. Instead...:



...they become humanoid, sentient, and join the United Federation of Planets; one of their race in particular - M'Ress - becoming the additional communications officer for Starfleet's flagship, the USS Enterprise. =^_^= :3 [/nerd] [/smartarse]

JESUS CHRIST IT'S A CAITIAN GET IN THE BED! X3

@Rat of Steel

"(Thinking Allowed)
'Ever try to breed a lion to a bobcat?'

(Rat gasps as he has a "eureka!" moment.)

So THAT'S where lolcats came from!"

From one smartarse to another...:



I'll send you both an internet, and buy you a sausage. ¦3

3/8/2012 9:46:11 AM
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